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Accessible things to do and places to stay in the Peak District and Derbyshire.

Limestone valleys, breathtaking views, stunning countryside and quaint towns and villages… the Peak District and Derbyshire is one of the UK’s most popular holiday destinations. It’s also one of the most accessible, and you’ll find a great variety of places to stay and visit for people with additional access needs.

Here are some great accessible accommodation providers in the Peak District and Derbyshire, plus amazing wheelchair-friendly attractions, pushchair-friendly walks and scenic viewpoints, all given our seal of approval for accessibility.

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Matlock Farm Park

Come on down to Matlock Farm Park, the ideal place for families to visit to enjoy the fresh air and have fun with our friendly animals.


Drive Dads Car at Great British Car Journey

Boasting a collection of 150+ modern British classics, Great British Car Journey tells the story of the rise and fall of the British motoring…


Thornbridge Outdoors

3 self-contained accommodation buildings sleeping 38, 38 and 10 respectively in a 30 acre site located in the heart of the Peak District on the…



Chatsworth Garden

Chatsworth is welcoming visitors with more than 50,000 new flowering perennials, shrubs and trees as well as a huge, new stone sculpture called…

Accessible Events



Outdoor Opera Screening: Madama Butterfly at…

In the open-air setting of the garden, discover Puccini's devastating tragedy about a young geisha who falls in love with an American naval officer,…

Accessible Trails


Biddulph Valley Way

A 4.5 mile flat surfaced path ideal for walkers, cyclists and horseriders.

Tissington Trail

A popular Peak District route running for 13 miles from Ashbourne to Parsley Hay where it is joined by High Peak Junction

Longdendale Trail

Cycle along a scenic former railway line that once ran between Manchester and Sheffield, passing idyllic reservoirs along the way.

A Stroll along Cromford Canal

A walk along the old canal tow path on the five mile stretch through the Derwent Valley between Ambergate and Cromford passing through the village of…

Accessible Itineraries


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